The BioLogo application is available for Windows users only.
There are no ports of the BioLogo application to any
platform other than Windows at this time. The windows
installation is handled for you by the Windows Installer
file provided below. Just double click the file after you
download it, and windows will perform the installation for
you. The installation includes an uninstall script which allows
you to easily remove the installation using the
"Add Remove Programs" (Windows XP) or
"Programs and Features" (Windows Vista)
This file is a standard Windows Installer file. This is the recommended
method for installing BioLogo, as it ensures that the installation
follows all Windows standards, and it is Vista compatible.
This installer will install the BioLogo application, install
links in your Start menu, and register the installation with
Windows so that you can easily remove the application later with
the Windows "Add Remove Programs" control panel (which is now
name "Programs and Features" in Vista). Just download the file
and double click on it and Windows Installer should launch
and install BioLogo onto your computer. The file's name is
The installation files provided below are no longer supported.
More specifically, these installers will not with with Vista.
However, they are provided to you in the rare event that the
Windows Installer file provided above does not work for your
computer. These installers will install version 3.5.0 of
BioLogo and will not be updated to any newer releases.
Again, the Windows Installer file provided above is the
preferred method for installing BioLogo.
This ZIP archive contains the Windows setup application.
After you download this archive, extract the contents and
run the SETUP.EXE application by double clicking the file.
Setup will install the BioLogo application and supporting
files, and create shortcuts in your Start menu. If you are
using WinZip to open the archive, you can run the installer
by double clicking the setup.exe file inside the archive's
window. If you do not have WinZip, and you are running
Windows XP, you can open the archive in Windows' Explorer
as if it were a folder. If you do not have WinZip
and you are not running Windows XP (or later), then you
will need a utility to help you extract the ZIP archive's
contents. You can find one at
ZIPReader or search for "zip").
If you cannot find any way to extract the ZIP archive contents,
you might try the EXE auto-extracting ZIP archive. Be aware,
however, many firewalls and browser security settings will
block EXE downloads.
This is an ISO image containing the Windows setup files.
You can use this image to burn a CD using your preferred
CD burning software. The CD will contain the Windows setup
application and related files. Once you have burned the CD,
load the CD, and launch the setup application by
double clicking on the
SETUP.EXE file in the top directory of the CD.